I noticed the lack of bundle discount. Kinda lame, but if being on Steam means that Warhead might lighten up on the DRM and just use Valve's embedded protection, (which, in my view, is a little less intrusive)I might put Warhead back on my "possibly" list.
The thing is, I expect EA to use the same shitty DRM that they used on Mass Effect and on Spore. What bothers me is that if Warhead ends up selling better than Crysis did, the clueless suits at EA will most likely attribute that to the DRM. Never mind that it's 20 bucks cheaper than Crysis was at launch, is by all accounts much less of a resource hog, and focuses on the parts of Crysis that really shined. EA will believe its DRM stopped us filthy pirates cold.
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